Princess Charlotte joined her parents Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, for their first appearance at the Commonwealth Games.
The family was spotted arriving and sitting in the audience of the swimming and later hockey, cheering on the athletes on Tuesday.
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They also made an appearance at the gymnastics, watching the finals of the men’s horizontal bar and women’s floor exercise.
Seven-year-old Charlotte was wearing a nautical white and navy striped dress, with a white collar and sandals.
She had her hair in two braids for the occasion.
Meanwhile, Kate was in all white, wearing a pantsuit and belt with her hair in her signature loose curls.
Similar to Prince Louis’ memorable appearance during the Queen’s Jubilee weekend, Charlotte was seen pulling animated faces as she watched the competition.
On the final day of the Jubilee celebrations in June, Louis was seen pulling faces and jumping around while seated in the royal box.
It’s the first appearance by the Cambridge family at the Commonwealth Games since they began on Friday.
Along with watching the sport, the family visited SportsAid House, of which the duchess is a patron.
Also in Birmingham for the Games were Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
The future king opened the Games, arriving at the ceremony in a vintage Aston Martin.
Prince Charles opens the Games
Charles went on to read a special message from Queen Elizabeth, which had been placed in the baton that traveled across the Commonwealth over the past nine months in the lead-up to the Games.
The Queen’s youngest son, Prince Edward, and his wife, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, and Princess Anne attended the Games on Friday.
The Commonwealth Games, originally the Empire Games, have been running every four years outside of wartime since 1930.
The Birmingham Games – which have brought together the 56 countries currently in the Commonwealth – run from July 28 to August 8.
The appearance from Princess Charlotte comes after she and her father Prince William made a sweet video for the English women’s soccer team, the Lionesses.
Along with William, Charlotte wished the Lionesses luck for their final game against Germany in the Women’s Euro 2022 competition on Sunday.
“We both want to wish the Lionesses the best of luck tonight, you’ve done amazingly well in the competition and we’re rooting for you all the way!” The Duke of Cambridge, 40, began the message.
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Charlotte, seven, added “Good luck! I hope you win. Bye!”
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge posted the video on social media on Sunday with the caption, “Good luck tonight @Lionesseswe’re all cheering for you!”
The soccer team went on to post the video prior to the game, in which they beat Germany 2-1.
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